With this week’s hair blog, we report on yet another accidental discovery recently made in the world of hair loss research. Researchers at the University of California San Francisco have discovered that a specialized type of immune cell normally associated with inflammation also plays a vital role in stimulating stem cells within the skin to promote hair-follicle regrowth.
Eyebrow hair loss can occur for many reasons – age, over plucking, thyroid disease, or even trauma. But when it comes to losing your eyebrow hair, there are a number of things you can do to help make it less noticeable. You can leave it as is and let nature run its course, you can fill your brows in with makeup, or you can opt for a more long-term fix.
In this article, we’ll explore two of the most common, longer-lasting options – eyebrow transplants and microblading.
There’s a new arthritis pill that doctors say could help with hair loss in a way that hasn’t been seen before. The revelation came from a recent study conducted at Stanford, Yale and Columbia. Patients suffering from alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that leads to hair loss, were prescribed an arthritis pill that resulted in positive hair growth.
So could this pill potentially help with male pattern baldness?
Many people get confused between hair plugs and hair transplants, when in fact, hair plugs are a type of hair transplant. Don’t worry if you didn’t know that before. Medical terminology can be somewhat confusing.
Today, hair plugs are considered a seriously outdated type of hair transplant. Even so, for several decades they were the gold standard of hair transplantation. Let’s take a look at the difference between hair plugs and hair transplants now so that you get a better understanding of why modern hair transplants are better.